Almost all of the United Kingdom's slaveowners awarded compensation under the 1833 Abolition Act are listed in what is called a Parliamentary Return, an official reply by a government body to a request from an MP, in this case Daniel O'Connell, the Irish MP. The return is often referred to as the Slavery Abolition Act: an account of all sums of money awarded by the Commissioners of Slave Compensation, while its full title is Accounts of slave compensation claims; for the colonies of Jamaica. Antigua. Honduras. St. Christopher's. Grenada. Dominica. Nevis. Virgin Islands. St. Lucia. British Guiana. Montserrat. Bermuda. Bahamas. Tobago. St. Vincent's. Trinidad. Barbadoes. Mauritius. Cape of Good Hope.
It can be found in House of Commons Parliamentary Papers 1837-8 (215) vol. 48 and is 365 pages long.
Many pages of the electronic version of this return are cut off at the bottom, resulting in the exclusion of some names. The present upload is a digital reproduction of that version.
While the government of United Kingdom carefully and thoroughly compensated slaveowners, it took no similar initiative in favor of the formerly enslaved.